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Aiming High - Moving Forward (Lifeskills and Independence Support)

Staffordshire County Council services/ commissioned servicesAiming High short break services
Moving Forward (Lifeskills and Independence Support) Up to a possible 56 hours of individual support is available from our Moving Forward programme to help young people aged 11 years and over with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND) towards achieving their dreams or goals…

Birches Valley Forest Centre

COVID-19 update - the car park at Cannock Chase Forest is now reopened, along with limited other facilities.  Please see website for further information. From here you can access many enjoyable activities to relax or challenge you, surrounded by Cannock Chase forest. The opportunities are…

Things to do at home

Staffordshire Library and Arts Service have produced a really useful downloadable Family Resource Pack which you can view online or print as well as some useful resources for families as lockdown eases.  Look out for Silly Squad, this year’s Summer Reading Challenge   Caudwell Children have…

Wolves Whirling Wheels - Learn to ride, cycle training, bike riding , expert cognitive SEN cycle instructor for children, young people and adults

Sessions are available to be booked after school, Saturdays from 8am to 6pm or Monday to Friday during school holidays

I am a qualified Bikeability Cycle Instructor who specialises in teaching children, young people and adults with or without a cognitive special educational need, how to ride two wheel bicycles. I have been working in special schools and families across London for the last 12…
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